Take a look at this vintage 50's advertisement. A pristine bluff overlooks an ocean bustling with activity. Two look-alike brunettes with hourglass figures draw attention to the centerpiece: a lustrous red Hudson Hornet. Notice how the bright yellow bathing suit and waterskis help to frame the car.
A blonde couple pauses to watch, blending into the background. Their distance seems to suggest a boundary of class that the two women are obviously comfortable to cross.
The short-lived Hudson Hornet had its heyday between 1951 and 1954. Hudson was the first car manufacturer to become involved in stock car racing. It's decline had a lot to do with a high price tag and the fact that newer designs failed to interest buyers. You may also remember that Paul Newman played the voice of Doc Hudson, the 1951 Hudson Hornet, in the 2006 Pixar film, Cars.